Visual Arts

WASHINGTON - Good grief, Charlie Brown.

WASHINGTON - A photograph of "Peanuts" comic strip creator Charles Schulz is being presented to the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in recognition of his impact on millions of people around the world.

NEW YORK - "Bonnie and Clyde" wasn't a movie that director Arthur Penn wanted to make, but when he finally agreed to it, he made sure that the violence provoked by the lawbreaking couple from the 1930s - and that led to the protagonists' bullet-riddled demise - wasn't disguised.

LOS ANGELES - With all the glamor of a film premiere and the pomp of the Academy Awards, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art celebrated the opening of the Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion with a glitzy party, complete with Hollywood heavyweights, art icons and entertainment by Christina Aguilera.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood says he's pleased to see his art on the walls of an Ohio gallery instead of in his crowded studio.
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